Become A Member

If you are a public governmental entity of the state of Missouri or Kansas, you may be eligible to participate in Midwest Public Risk’s coverage pool. Public entities include, but are not limited to: cities, counties, school districts, fire protection districts, ambulance districts, public utilities, housing authorities and various other political subdivisions. Please see below for a definition of “Member” according to our bylaws.

Each line of coverage has its own set of underwriting guidelines. Click on a link for details. In all instances, the final step for admission is approval by the Board of Directors and execution of the bylaws by the new Member’s governing board. ​

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MPR of Missouri bylaws excerpt:

"Member(s)" shall mean any governmental entity which is authorized by the statutes or other applicable law of the State of Missouri to enter into contracts or other arrangements for the purpose of pooling resources for liability and other risk coverages and related services and which qualifies as a political subdivision, public governmental body, or quasi-public governmental body as specified in RSMo. Section 537.620.
Click here for a full version of the MPR of Missouri Bylaws

MPR of Kansas bylaws excerpt:

“Member(s)” shall mean any governmental entity which is authorized by the statutes or other applicable law of the State of Kansas to enter into contracts or other arrangements for the purpose of pooling resources for liability and other risk coverages and related services and which qualify as political subdivisions, public governmental bodies, or quasi-public governmental bodies as specified in the Group-Funded Pool Act.
Click here for a full version of the MPR of Kansas Bylaws